Deal for 1800 MW of wind power concluded

ESA, the newly formed local subsidiary of German-based Enertrag and Genesis Eco-Energy Developments (GEED), one of South Africa’s most successful pioneering renewable energy project developers and investors, have concluded an agreement to develop 1800 MW of wind energy projects in South Africa. The deal catalyses a portfolio of wind energy projects strategically, some in advanced development stages, located across the country and was brokered by ESA directors Zuben Jessa, Dr. Tobias Bischof-Niemz, Enertrag AG’s CFO Dr. Gunar Hering, and GEED partners Davin Chown and Ralph Damonse. Genesis is a wholly black-owned South African renewable energy company that has contributed to developing 520 MW of operational wind and solar PV projects and has a development pipeline of 2700 MW of projects in South and sub-Saharan Africa. Enertrag is a privately-owned, diversified renewable energy business focused on developing, owning and operating generation plants, storage systems and grid infrastructure.

Contact  Davin Chown, Genesis Eco-Energy, Tel 083 460-3898, davin@genesis-eco.com

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